The Court of Protection is a special court set up to handle matters related to individuals without the capacity to make decisions on themselves. It functions under the guidance of the Mental Capacity Act 2005, and it must always make decisions in line with the best interests of a patient. The law allows the Court of Protection to make decisions for people who lack the capacity to do so or appoint Deputies to make the decisions. Reliable law tutors in London
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